Excella announced it has been selected as part of the Department of Homeland Security U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Division 4 Continued Automation and Enhancements (DHS ICE DIV4 CAE) contract. Under the contract, Excella will provide Agile software delivery, full-stack development and cloud support.
For DHS, IT modernization is pivotal to delivering on its mission to protect Americans from threats to public safety.
Rapid modernization and automation of DHS internal data systems will eliminate the risks posed by traditional, paper-based data storage systems, including the deletion of data during a disaster. Excella’s Agile support teams on and offsite will support rapid modernization, increase data availability for users and create consistency across the agency.
“In order to keep Americans safe from terrorist threats, DHS provides automated, reliable access to mission-critical data,” said Christina Seiden, VP of Strategic Growth at Excella. “Excella’s Agile expertise will enable a rapid, streamlined and secure transformation from traditional workflows to the agency’s new cloud-based system. Excella’s holistic, experienced approach to Agile ensures consideration of business and user outcomes, leading to the best solution for an agency’s mission.”
Excella has supported Agile development for the DHS for three years, with nearly two decades of experience successfully leading Agile transformations and modernizing legacy IT systems across federal government agencies.